Pioneers in Cellular Adhesion & Vascular Targeted Drug Delivery
Zwitterion-stabilization confers "stealth" properties to biodegradable microspheres.
3D printed macrofluidics devices allow us to better understand cell & particle interactions under dynamic flow.
Neutrophils exhibit a phagocytic preference for rods over spheres, providing opportunity for selective targeting.
The lab welcomes Shivanie, a first year PhD student from the BME department! (September 2023)
Dr. Eniola-Adefeso has been elected Fellow of the AIChE! (August 2023)
Congratulations to Dr. Eniola-Adefeso who has been named the Vennema Professor of Chemical Engineering! (July 2023)
Congratulations to Dr. Eniola-Adefeso for winning the Christopher Jacobs Award for Excellence in Leadership (January 2023)
Congratulations to Valentina Guevara for her outstanding (1st place) oral presentation at the 2022 ChE Graduate Symposium!
Congratulations to Rue Felder for passing his Thesis Proposal Exam and becoming a PhD Candidate! (August 2022)
Congratulations to Daniel Kupor for passing his Thesis Proposal Exam and becoming a PhD Candidate! (May 2022)
Congratulations to Seun Akanbi for passing her Doctoral Candidacy Exam! (May 2022)
Congratulations to Dr. Genesis Lopez for successfully defending her thesis! (January 2022)
Congratulations to Dr. Alison Banka for successfully defending her thesis! (January 2022)
Congratulations to Dr. Eniola-Adefeso for her appointment as Associate Dean for Graduate & Professional Education! (July 2021)
Congratulations Dr. Mario Gutierrez for successfully defending his thesis! (May 2021)
Congratulations to Emma Brannon for passing her Thesis Proposal Exam and becoming a PhD Candidate! (Feb 2021)
The lab welcomes two new first-year students, Daniel Kupor and Saja Al-Saloum! (October 2020)
The lab welcomes post-doc Korie Grayson! Korie holds a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Cornell University and was a visiting scholar at Vanderbilt University in Dr. Michael R. King’s lab. Her thesis research focused on studying the landscape of white blood cells that infiltrate primary prostate tumors in vivo. (July 1, 2020)
The lab wishes Hanieh Safari all the best as she successfully defended her thesis and starts her post-doc at the University of Delaware. (May 2020)